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About Us

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Our art school hosts a team of artists specialized in Tibetan Thangka paintings, Newari Paubha, Buddhist and Hindu Mandalas and traditional Himalayan masks.
Guiding our mission is the belief that art plays an important social role, especially here in Nepal, and traditional ancient arts must be preserved.
By opening our school and shop to the internet we want to promote and share what we love to teach and practice.

Our Talented Artists and Students

After the earthquakes of April 2015 our school was severely damaged and many artists lost their houses.
In order to help our community we decided to co-fund a local NGO (more info at kaygarnay.org) and invited several young and talented women to join our team of artists, giving them the opportunity to contribute supporting their families.
This was possible also because of the success of this website and the contribution and fondness of many.

Art Thangka School members

Muna, Sangita and Laxmi

Our talented students

Urmila, Rita and Nira

Artist painting thangka

Sharmila, Saraswati and Sarita with her daughter

The Teachers and Master Artists

A thangka painter is considered to be a Master only after five years of constant practice.
The youngest master artist at Sunapati Thangka School have been practicing this art for more than ten years and we work with some of the best thangka painters in the world having more than 40 years of experience.

Art School Masters

Masters Buddha Lama, Kamal Bhujel and Ram Shrestha

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Masters Mira Bhujel, Sanjaya Bhujel and Thula Lama

Wood-carved Masks Artists

Master wood carvers Furba Lama and mask painter Maya Tamang with her two daughters

We accept commissions of custom paintings and personalized designed thangkas, mandalas and masks according to our clients needs and taste.
We guarantee 100% satisfaction and because we don’t use third parties re-sellers, we can offer the best prices online according to the different qualities.
Our artworks are authentic and original decorative elements for living spaces, meditation rooms and yoga studios.

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Our Art School is hosting several young students coming from remote villages of Nepal and talented artists affected by the devastating earthquake in 2015.

We also contribute to the restoration of our village and other humanitarian projects by supporting our local NGO. If you want to volunteer in Changunarayan please contact Kay Garnay for Nepal.

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